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They live in and seek protection in Gravios skulls, conch shells, or a Wyvern skull.
Shoguns are somewhat docile, like its close relative the Daimyo. Hunters sometimes pass beside them without the Shoguns noticing. However, when hunters (or foes) are spotted, they will defend themselves with their sharp claws.
Other Non-Subspecies Forms
Hard Core (HC) Shogun Ceanataur
HC Shogun Ceanataur has its face and shell stained with poison as it keeps the poison spit it had as a juvenile, except as an adult it can spray poison as a sweeping beam and spit some from the Gravios shells they only wear. Behavior is more dangerous than before as it purposely causes quakes as it attacks to keep prey from moving (Quake Resist+2 required for safety).
- When the first shell is broken, it is likely to dig underground almost immediately, and upon resurfacing, it will have another shell. Upon breaking it again, it will be rendered "shell-less" permanently.
- The large sharp claws can also be broken, decreasing its hit range and giving a better chance of rewards for Ceanataur Claws and Pincers. Breaking the claws will cause Shogun Ceanataur to enter permanent rage mode until killed or captured, however.
- Unlike the Daimyo Hermitaur, whose shell can only be broken by impact damage, Ceanataur's shell can be broken with any form of damage.
- The Gravios skull that the Shogun Cenataur uses is noticably bigger than the average Gravios head.
- Strangely, when it jumps to the ceiling, only its legs and shell tilts, meaning that its pincers are upside down in correspondence to its body when clinging to the ceiling.
- Once you break a Shogun Ceanataur's normal shell, it will flee underground and retrieve a new shell, most commonly a Gravios skull.
- It can only shoot its water beam when it is using a Gravios skull.
- When enraged its claws will extend, increasing its attack range.
- Shogun Ceanataur cannot be fought in Monster Hunter 4, but its items can be traded for, and used to make some Shogun Ceanataur styled equipment.
Monster Hunter Frontier G6
- Shogun Ceanataur can be captured as a pet. Its favorite food is fish.